J. Cole vs Kendrick Lamar: The Feud Continues with New Diss Tracks

The rap world is buzzing with excitement as J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar engage in a heated battle of words through their music. Cole’s surprise project, “Might Delete Later,” dropped with a bang, featuring a track that directly takes aim at Lamar’s recent verse on “Like That.” Titled “7 Minute Drill,” the song sees Cole calling out Lamar’s discography and asserting his own dominance in the rap game.

In response to Lamar’s verse, Cole raps, “He still doin’ shows, but fell off like the Simpson’s/Yo first shit was classic, yo last shit was tragic.” The North Carolina MC doesn’t hold back, delivering sharp lyrics and clever wordplay as he takes his shots at Lamar with precision.

The track, produced by T-Minus and Conductor Williams, showcases Cole’s lyrical prowess and determination to stand his ground against Lamar’s provocation. With bold declarations and clever jabs, Cole makes it clear that he is not backing down in this rap feud.

As fans eagerly await Lamar’s response, the tension between the two artists continues to escalate, fueling speculation and excitement in the hip-hop community. The rivalry between J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar is shaping up to be one of the most talked-about feuds in recent music history, with both artists showcasing their skills and competitive spirit.

Stay tuned as the saga unfolds and the world watches to see how this epic battle of words will play out in the realm of rap music.

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